Books for all lace makers from beginner to expert
This book (in German) contains 14 different bobbin lace stars, large, small, coloured, white, with 6, 7, 8 or more points – and all three-dimensional. The stars are very decorative and are easy to work.
The book (with English text) covers the history and techniques of Hinojosa Lace. PLEASE CALL FOR AVAILABILITY.
Text: German. Four flower motifs (daffodil, tulip, convolvulus and bellflower) in round or oval frames, also two stars and a Christmas tree, all about 20 cm high, easy to work with coloured threads.
Text: English, French, Dutch and German. The designed lace patterns, are mostly from old designs, complete with prickings, equipment lists and a picture of the finished lace. All are A4 in size and come with 4 language translations.
Text English, French, German and Dutch. 9 attractive patterns based on antique lace, with a pricking, technical drawing, a picture of the finished lace, equipment list in 4 languages.
Text: German, French Dutch and English. 6 attractive patterns based on antique lace, with a pricking, technical drawing, a picture of the finished lace, equipment list in 4 languages.
Floral Bucks Points Patterns Designed by Joyce Symes Edited by Jean Leader
Four bookmarks: Thistles, roses, daffodils and shamrocks by Jean Leader
This book (with English text) is full of lace butterflies. These are worked as tape lace, about a third of them in Milanese lace; there are also a few worked in the Schneeberg technique and one in Russian tape lace.
Another pattern collection by Brigitte Bellon with 36 motifs for Christmas. Patterns include stars and angels, bells, hearts and candles, nativity motif and two so-called "Rauchermannchen" ,wooden incense-burners in the shape of an old man smoking his pipe, typical to the Erzgebirge region in Saxony.
Gold and Silver Edgings by Gillian Dye
Text German. Clear patterns and diagrams. Booklet with 20 decorative Christmas motifs, especially hearts and stars, some in unusual formats (about 20 cm “span”) and all worked in colour (in red and gold or green and gold).